Ashley is currently serving as Outreach Coordinator for ICSA, on the Board of Directors for re FOCUS, and as an adjunct instructor at Middle Tennessee State University.
She was the 2005 recipient of ICSA’s Margaret Singer Award, given in honor of her research into the development of measures relevant to cultic studies. Carmen Almendros, es Profesora Contratada Doctora en el Departamento de Psicología Biológica y de la Salud de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Miembro del Comité de Directores de ICSA y Co-Editora de la revista International Journal of Cultic Studies.
His formal education includes some college but no degree.
He enjoys fishing, hunting, dog training, gardening, and his family when he is not sharing cult awareness information.
He was also President and Chairman of The Dialogue Center, Denmark. Aagaard at the law office of then ICSA (known as American Family Foundation at the time) president, Herbert Rosedale. She has worked in a counseling capacity with former cult members for about 20 years.
This seminar resulted in a special issue of Cultic Studies Journal (Vol. She was formerly employed at Auburn University in the Psychology Department.
Researcher in Religious Studies at Dalarna University.
Director of Studies at the Department of Sociology, Stockholm University and Co-founder of FINYAR (The Association for Research and Information on Alternative Spirituality), Sweden.
He has worked to educate and inform about 500 families/individuals over the past 28 years.
He has given dozens of talks to church, civic, college/university, and government groups.
She has been interviewed by numerous newspapers and radio and TV stations concerning cults.